This is a nice and clean park. Rate reflects part of a Passport discount. Very friendly staff. Few FHU sites. They do have a "honey" wagon that goes around once a week on sites that have W/E only. You need to make sure of directions to the park, because if you enter at one end, there is a bridge with only a 11' clearance. I-91 does run along side, but the traffic noise isn't that bad. We would stay here again.
This is definitely a campground. The owners are definitely wanting to keep it that way and work very hard to keep it neat and clean. Lots of trees. Entrance to the park from the main highway is sharp and downhill. Lots of workers staying in the park, but don't bother the individuals staying over night.
Don't be confused about the road to the park. You will go through a neighborhood. The road to the park has "speed dips" and can be a little rough. Owners seem to be trying very hard to keep the park looking good. Sites can be a little tight to get into with a large rig.
The rate reflects Passport America rate. We stayed here several years ago under King George name. New owners are working hard to keep the park looking good. They are very friendly and helpful. This was a good location to check out tourist attractions in the area. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a very clean park. It is a mixture of permanent mobile home owners with RV sites throughout the park. Very close to I-15 and sights in the area. Pool is nice and big. They do have some set times for "adults" only during the day. Sites are large. Management is very friendly and helpful. Would have rated higher if there was more shade. WiFi is accessible, but you need to be close to the office. We would stay here again.
Sadly, this park needs some TLC. Owner is very friendly and helpful. Internet is secure. Roads are dirt surrounding the park which causes a lot of dust. Rate reflects the Passport rate and is high for what you get. We used only as a stop-over going across Kansas. Easy access off I-70.
Great stop-over park if you are going from A to B. Big Rig friendly. Owner very friendly and accommodating. Good restaurant very close, plus other "fast food" places. Park can be a little dusty sometimes: depending on your location/site. We have stayed here before and would probably stay again if going across Kansas on I-70. Internet good, but not secure. Rate is the Passport fee.
This is our second time to visit this park and we will probably come back should we visit the area again. The only drawback is that it is 20 miles from Lawrence, but if you just want to relax and chill, this is the place. Dump station is well situated on the property for incoming and outgoing traffic. We camped here in a 45 ft. motorhome and the sites can handle us.
This park was a pleasant surprise. We camped here in a 45ft. motorhome and found some sites to be very accommodating. Some sites are very shaded and in need of being trimmed. The host was very helpful and pleasant. Reservations should be made due to the limited sites. Reservations can be made through the campground host(recommended) or the park office. Would stay here again. FYI, GPS directions were a little confusing.
This is a very clean and neat park. The only reason I rated it an "8" is due to the fact that inside the park turns are tight and roads narrow. This park is tight for larger rigs. We stayed here in a 45' motorhome. You can navigate, but you might have to "jockey" back and forth to get your right angle. The road to the park is very narrow in places and the entrance to the park is a sharp left turn around the check-in house. We have stayed here before and will probably continue to come here despite its drawbacks.
Our rate reflects the Golden Age Pass. This is a nice COE park. You are 12 miles outside of the town of Meridian. Some sites are large enough for big rigs and the roads are a little narrow but navigable. We were here in a 45-ft RV and managed. As you come down the road for the park, you will see a booth straight ahead of you - this is Collinsville Park. The entrance to Twiltley is on your right.
Rate reflects the Passport America rate. PA is good for only two (2) nights. Friendly staff, close to I-20, stores and eateries. Good stop-over if you are going from A to B, but over-rated and over priced.
This is a nice park. Sites are large with a nice picnic table. We camped here in a 45ft motorhome and found some of the turns very tight. A lot of the sites are unlevel. There are a few sites with full hook-ups. Convenient dump station.
Park is neat and clean. 24-hour security. Easy access off of I-515. Office staff friendly and gave us good directions to their location. The rate is their "reduced" rate for this time of the year, so no further discounts. The only draw back is the tight turns within the park. You have to unhook in order to make the turns in a 45-foot motorhome. Sam's Town Casino is close, and they offer free shuttles to the strip and "old" downtown.
This is our second time here and it is truly a "hidden treasure." Our rate per night is lower because we stayed a month. Friendly staff and wonderful facilities, plus you are only about 6 miles from the town where you have stores, restaurants and gambling. We have stayed in parks all over the US and this is by far the BEST!! If we back in this area, we will be back.
This park is easy on and off of Rt. 58. They have a "newer" section that has concrete pads. There is a train track very close, but you "tune" them out. The rate is based on our second time here. We would stay here again.
Nice clean park. Some permanent mobile homes with RV sites in between. Good location to visit the Sacramento area. Easy access to I-80. Clean laundry room. You park on gravel with a cement pad. Only one entrance into the park and it is a 90-degree turn from a 3-lane highway. Wi-Fi worked good from the clubhouse. We would stay here again and wouldn't hesitate to recommend to others.
For Wells, this is one of the best parks in the area. Sites are close and there is a tight turn as you come around the bath/laundry house. Some trees are close to your rig. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Good on and off of I-80.
Very nice park. Some sites are gravel and some have trees between the sites. We stayed here under Passport America. Only 40 miles from Reno. This was our second time to stay here and we would stay again if we are in the area. Laundry and restrooms are very clean. Wi-Fi worked good. If you like to walk, there is a subdivision close by. Good entrance into the park. Someone will escort you to your site.
We were here for almost a month and enjoyed our stay. They were short-handed in the office, but we worked around it. We understand that they are going to "upgrade" the park, but I don't know what that means. The Missile Drive entrance is the best. The road to the park is unpaved and was a little rough. We walked a lot and the base is beautiful. We would stay here again.
Unfortunately, we feel that this park is over-priced and over-rated. It is close to the interstate. There are several ponds if you are into fishing (after you buy a fishing license). What a dust bowl. Speed limit is 15mph (which no one observes) and they don't wet down the roads. No trees in the FHU section. They have a section with electric only at a lesser price and it is all paved (less dust).
Rate is Passport America. This is a good stop-over if you are going from point A to B. Small grocery store in town. Park has few trees and sites are pretty level. Has pull through sites so you don't have to unhook if you don't want to. Has an above-ground pool. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Very small town. Has Wi-Fi-free. We would stay again if in the area.
This was our second time to stay here. Rate reflects Passport America. Only 30 miles from Dodge City. Park is clean and well-kept. Laundry facilities on site. Owner and staff friendly and helpful. Pull through sites have little shade. Trains did not bother us. Make sure you enter from Hwy. 50. Our GPS tried to bring us in the "back way." Would stay here again. Local grocery is close and also fuel.
The first three nights are free, then you pay $10/night. The GPS does not bring you here. It is best to get directions. There is another entrance other than the main. Turn by the convenient store, then turn Left and follow the road. You will see the casino. There is NO shade. We stayed here when it was extremely hot. If you are needing a stop over, plus like casinos, this is the place. First-come, first-serve.
The only thing this park has going for it is "location." You are right next door to Graceland and within walking distance. Sites are close and they pack them in. Very poor signs to the entrance. Look for the "Heartbreak Hotel" sign and on the bottom, you will see the entrance to the park. Park is kept clean and the excellent Wi-Fi is free. Some sites have no shade.
Our price reflects the Golden Age price. This is a nice park and is kept clean. You are right on the Arkansas River on a lock and dam. Unfortunately, it was extremely hot during our stay and to use the bathrooms is unbearable. Some sites are unlevel. Several walk-in sites available. The dump station is on the wrong side and as you leave, you will need to turn around to do so. We would stay here again. There are two entrances to the park. If you are concerned, call for directions.
This park is a well-hidden secret. Very clean. Some sites have full hook-up and we were fortunate to get one. This park is the place to come to get away from everything-closest grocery is 12 miles away. Sites can accommodate large rigs.
The rate reflects the Passport America rate. Friendly staff, centrally located between Pensacola, Mobile and Gulf Shores. Sites could hold us and the paved roads are a little tight, but workable. Would stay here again.
We stayed here only overnight under Passport America. Close to Lafayette. Clean park. Staff friendly. Roads between sites are narrow. Turns were tight, but manageable. Across from the park is a gas station/casino that had parking outback. If you are going from A to B this might be an option if you don't want hookups.
This is a perfect stop-over park if you are going from A to B as it is out in the middle of nowhere. They have long pull-through sites and friendly staff. We stayed on Passport America and felt it was priced a little high for what you got -- out in the sun and no tables at your site.
Nice clean park. Owner very accommodating. We stayed here under Passport America. Level sites. Has pull thrus and back-ins. Nothing in the town to see or do. Good place to chill. Dodge City 30 miles. Good local grocery store. Directions coming from the north on Rt. 56, turn south on Rt. 183 to Rt. 50, turn right, you will see signs on your left. Would stay here again.
This is your typical COE park. Lots of space between sites. Some sites are smaller than others. We have a 45-footer and it worked for us. If entering this park from the south, make sure the bridge is open. If not you need to enter from the North. We would stay here again.
We tried to stay here, however the COE was closing the park for paving. Also wanted to give campers a "heads-up" on locating the gate. It is not your typical entrance to a COE parks. You need to enter at the Pennisula Campground. Wish someone would have told us!
This is a nice and clean park. Unfortunately, we were out in the direct sun and the temperatures were extreme, so we had no shade. The pool is extremely small for the "traffic" they have. We did get some days at 1/2 price as we used Passport America. Friendly staff. Some sites are up a steep hill.
We stayed here for a month which made the rate attractive. Has a good location, clean park, staff friendly, excellent WiFi and a beautiful pool. We would come here again and recommend it highly. Ask for directions when making reservations. They can tell you a route to avoid the major traffic with your rig.
This park is still under renovation, however, the sites they do have are good. They have 10 full hook up, walk-in sites. If you arrive and no one is on the gate, go to the site and register later. Other sites have electric, but you need to take on water or run a long hose. We stayed here for 2 weeks in a 45-footer. Park is close to sightseeing adventures. We would stay here again.
The sites are big, paved, and clean. This park has limited full hook up sites. If you are fortunate enough to get in on a reservation you will love it. Very quiet. The summer is booked usually over the weekends...by the locals, which makes it difficult for full timers like us. 10 miles from town. Walk-ins are either W/E or just E. Reserve America isn't clear on this.
We can't say enough good things about this park. It is one of the few Corp parks that has a few full hookup sites. The park was clean and there are good places to walk. The workers were very friendly and helpful. We recommend it.
Please be advised that this park is not, I repeat, not big rig friendly. Anything over 30' is a struggle. We made the mistake of not reading the reviews before going into this park. Once we were there we tried to make it work. We are 45' and this park was not for us. There are lots of sharp turns and dips. The park was built several years ago and is made for the smaller rigs. The sites are uneven: we were not able to level the entire time we were there and, in so doing, we ended up cracking both of our windshields. This park is very nice, clean and the workers were very accommodating. The County Road 822 going into the park is 5 miles long and it is a rollercoaster ride. Just be informed.